The Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday has urged that the general elections should focus on holding the general election in consideration of the constitution so that the democratic government can solve the problems of the people. Along with which, he said that, “PPP has taken the nation out of crises and moved towards the stability in every difficult period.”
As per the information, members of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has called on the Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in the Bilawal House. During which, political and economic situation across the country, along with the political issues and organizational matters were key parts of discussion. Following the meeting, the PPP Chairman has raised the green flag that his party is ready for the upcoming general elections and will take part in it vigorously.
While instructing the party office-bearers and workers, he said that, “The Jiyalas should be mobilized throughout the nation in connection with the preparations for the general elections. The mother organizations of the party along with the all the units should also be ready to play their role by ensuring door to door campaigning during the election.”
Chairman Bhutto said that, “It is not at all easy to get better results in the elections without the active participation of the women in the democratic system. Women should also play their positive role in the general elections across the nation.”
Along with this, he also directed the concerned leaders of his party to fill the vacant party posts to all the levels immediately.
At the same time, former Chief Minister of Sindh, Murad Ali Shah told the chairman that considering the economic situation of the country, PPP’s previous government in Sindh had allocated subsidy for the public transport so that the fares would not increase in the worst case of inflation, but the caretaker government has stopped such subsidy, adding that the caretakers have also frozen the funds allocated for the development projects and also stopped the funds of the government hospitals of Sindh.